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Hiking Trails

If you’re an experienced hiker looking for a challenge, then come to the Islands of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Some trails follow the shoreline of our lakes, while others are rugged and untamed, giving travellers an insight to the paths carved out by the first settlers on the islands. Whichever you prefer though, the trails introduce you to the diverse world of the island’s flora and fauna.

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Morne Gazo

Morne Gazo

Located on Grenada |

The Morne Gazo trail is just 15 minutes from St. George’s and 4 minutes off the main road to St. David’s where you will find undisturbed rain forest covering a conical hill that rises to 342m (1,140ft).

Morne LaBaye Trail

Morne LaBaye Trail

Located on Grenada |

This brief and easy walk, which takes about fifteen (15) minutes and is suitable for the whole family, features twelve points of interest intended to acquaint the visitor with the area’s ecology.

Mt. Qua Qua Trail

Mt. Qua Qua Trail

Located on Grenada |

The trail begins at the Mt. Qua Qua trail head, a short walk from the visitor center. The rocky, mountainous ridge to Mt. Qua Qua is well worth the rigorous two and a half hour trek (both ways);

Shoreline Trail

Shoreline Trail

Located on Grenada |

The trail follows the radiant shoreline of Grand Etang lake, providing a leisurely hour and a half hike. Passing through five distinct sub-climatic communities will introduce you to the wide diversity of flora and fauna the park has to offer.

St. Margaret’s Trail

St. Margaret’s Trail

Located on Grenada |

Truly a trail for the more adventurous hiker, this rugged and untamed trail will provide insight as to what it must have been like for ancient Carib and Arawak bushwackers.